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Botma A, Vasen HFA, van Duijnhoven FJB, Kleibeuker JH, Nagengast FM, Kampman E. Dietary patterns and colorectal adenomas in Lynch syndrome. The GEOLynch Cohort Study. Cancer 2013;119:512-21.

In the article cited above, a discrepancy between description of the dietary patterns in the text and the data in Table 1 has been discovered. The correct information is given in Table 1.

The text incorrectly states that the ‘Prudent’ pattern heavily loaded on ‘added sweets’. However, the ‘Prudent’ pattern is negatively loading on ‘added sweets.’

The text incorrectly states that the ‘Snack’ pattern heavily loaded on ‘cooking fat and butter’. However, the ‘Snack’ pattern is negatively loading on ‘cooking fat and butter.’

The text incorrectly states that the ‘Cosmopolitan’ pattern heavily loaded on ‘low-fat margarine’ and ‘sweet sandwich spreads’. However, the ‘Cosmopolitan’ pattern is negatively loading on ‘low-fat margarine’ and ‘sweet sandwich spreads.’

In the article cited above, a discrepancy has been discovered between description of the characteristics of participants with high ‘Snack’ pattern scores in the text and the data in Table 2. The correct information is given in Table 2.

The text incorrectly states that those with higher ‘Snack’ pattern scores had a slightly higher median alcohol intake. However participants with higher ‘Snack’ pattern scores had a slightly lower median alcohol intake.

Results and conclusions of this article remain unchanged.

The authors regret these errors.